Video captures moment PCSO who pulled over a driver was then arrested HIMSELF for being twice the drink-drive limit by police officers he called for back-upThe Daily Mail
Jan. 10, 2014
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This dramatic video shows how a Police Community Support Officer who pulled over a driver was then arrested himself for being twice the drink-drive limit - by officers he had called for back-up.
PCSO Andrew Seston signalled for motorist Irfan Mehrban to stop his vehicle outside a school in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, then called for assistance when the driver began arguing with him.
But when his colleagues arrived they suspected 44-year-old Seston had been drinking, and breathalysed him - finding that he was over the limit, before arresting him and taking him away.
Laughing Mr Mehrban filmed an 80-second video of the incident in April last year on his mobile phone and posted it on Sunday on YouTube, where it has been viewed more than 5,000 times.